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Binding apparatus for paper files

Image Number 9 for United States Patent #6074151.

The invention is directed to a binding apparatus for the binding of paper piles, comprising a punching unit for the punching of holes in a paper pile and a binding unit for the closing of a wire ring binder having a plurality of teeth which engage in the holes of the paper pile in a binding position. The punching unit comprises a movably arranged perforator plate having a plurality of punches and a counterplate that is rigidly connected to the housing of the binding apparatus and includes openings into which the punches engage in punching position, and the binding unit comprises of two clamping plates in an essentially parallel arrangement to each other.

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